When I was a kid and we traveled to families far away who didn't have a priest, we would hold liturgy in somebody's home. There was setup 1 single simple icon, both for veneration and the iconostasis.
It was simple and meaningful. There was 1 single candle with the icon. I'll never forget 4 families got together for an "orthodox weekend" every 2 months. (It was a 5 hour drive). They had reader services otherwise.
Sometimes when I see the most Elaborate Orthodox churches, it makes me feel different. I treasure those memories so much of the simplicity of the setup & service. The whole weekend was Orthodox (we stayed at a home). They had children we played with and got along with very well. The adults all had a nice weekend of food or fasting, fellowship, and Orthodoxy. We'd do pysanky (spelling?) during lent to prepare for Pascha. We all sat at a LONG table with tons of eggs, making designs.... Huge buckets of dye.... Those were great times.
Some of these iconostasis(es) these churches are using look very weird. Especially the one encased with marble everywhere. Even though you can do it with one icon, its just way more beautiful in a tiny church faith filled setting.